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(Oooh where's that tiger now)
Where's that tiger where's that tiger where's that tiger where's that tiger
Hold that tiger hold that tiger hold that tiger hold that tiger
Hold him choke him kick him pokin'
Where's that tiger where's that tiger where oh where can he be
Low or highbrow they all cry now where can that tiger be
[ choir ]
Whip it hard till it moans whip it hard till it groans let her grip start to clip it's claw
Where's that tiger...
[ guitar ]
Where's that tiger where's that tiger where oh where can he be
Low or highbrow they all cry now where can that tiger be



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    UnregisteredApr 2, 2012 at 9:10 pm
    "that tiger" is a metaphor for the challenges we face in life and how to deal with them, head on and aggressively, "clip its claw", no matter your station in life, low or high brow, identify it "find that tiger" and deal with whatever your negative situation is.

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